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Where do I sign? Zoo animals make paw-print pledge to protect elephants

Animals at an Australian zoo created a Hollywood-style Walk of Fame on Wednesday as they signed up to a worthy cause.Taronga and Western Plains Zoo announced a new elephant conservation project in Thailand, Getty Images reports, and animals at the zoo made their own pledges by dipping their paws in paint and smudging them on canvas.
'Tuka' the komodo dragon leaves a paw print on a canvas at Taronga Zoo in Sydney, Australia on June 27, 2012.Cameron Spencer / Getty Images
'Tukta' the female elephant prepares to make her mark.Cameron Spencer / Getty Images
'Mr Munro', a Fiordland penguin, jumps to the side after leaving his prints on a canvas.Cameron Spencer / Getty Images

Animals at an Australian zoo created a Hollywood-style Walk of Fame on Wednesday as they signed up to a worthy cause.

Taronga and Western Plains Zoo announced a new elephant conservation project in Thailand, Getty Images reports, and animals at the zoo made their own pledges by dipping their paws in paint and smudging them on canvas.